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Join our heroes (SYFY WIRE’s Brian Silliman, Caitlin Busch, and Matt Romano) for a celebratory visit to the world of Star Wars each and every week, where they’ll cover everything going on in the galaxy far, far away. Celebrating the films in the saga? Of course. Exploring new movies and shows? On it. Big news? They’ll have it. New episode breakdowns for The Mandalorian, The Clone Wars, and more? Bet on it. From interviews, new canon reveals, intensely spirited discussions and more, JABBA THE ...
 
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Episode 92 - Almost three-quarters of a billion people worldwide are reporting that they have an eating disorder and those are just the ones admitting it. That number is far higher and eating disorders are a silent plague tearing apart our physical bodies and wreaking havoc on our emotional stability. In this episode, we have one of our own, Coach …
 
Another bill has also landed in parliament – the long-awaited legislation on religious discrimination. Why are Muslims leaders, in particular, invested in a bill that mainly Christians have pushed so hard for?
 
Centre Alliance MP Rebekha Sharkie has introduced a bill into the House of Representatives to ban the importation of goods made overseas by forced labour. It's designed to strengthen the fight against modern slavery, which ensnares more than 40 million people worldwide.
 
Episode 91 - For years I have been pissed off about Amazon getting government subsidies for shipping their packages through the United States Postal Service (USPS). Basically, we taxpayers pay $1.46 of Amazon's shipping costs which means scumbag politicians and big corporations once again are screwing the working-class people. This also gives them …
 
Think back to when the pandemic began. Governments around the world spent trillions of dollars – sometimes reluctantly – to businesses that had to shut down. There was lots of talk about a new communitarian age. But is that how it turned out?
 
At the 700-year-old Dongguan mosque in Xining, the dome and minarets have come down. Anything that looks Middle Eastern is replaced by architecture that looks more Han Chinese. But is this remodelling part of a broader campaign to suppress minority cultures?
 
Episode 90 - Our minds can either destroy us or lift us up effortlessly to our highest highs. That's why cultivating a healthy “mindset” is so important, especially when we are trying to heal. In this episode, I also chat about simplifying our health using an engineering systems approach. I explain the difference between an open (dumb) system and a…
 
Across the Middle East, millions of Christians have fled their ancient homelands, especially since the U.S. and its allies invaded Iraq in 2003. Most have not returned — and probably never will. Renowned journalist Janine di Giovanni documents their plight in her new book.
 
Episode 89 - Monk Coleman is the author of the book Love over Fear – A Guide to Peace and Purpose. This book is a guide to letting go of disempowering belief systems and connecting to a higher state of being which is exactly one of my favorite topics. Monk is a graduate of the University of Holistic Theology. He is also a public speaker, personal t…
 
Africa has the highest prevalence of modern slavery today, with an estimated 9.2 million victims according to the Global Slavery Index. Now, a new app has been designed to allow for the speedy reporting of slavery and forced labour.
 
Episode 88 - Christopher Peters is one of the most lovable human beings you will ever meet. He loves you and he loves every single creature on this planet and those not on this planet as you will find out. Was he always this way? Deep down yes, all of us are when you strip away the ego and the societal conditioning. We are all just pure love. Chris…
 
With the COP26 climate summit just days away, governments need to build popular support to slash carbon emissions. In the US and Australia, climate change sceptics sometimes pitch their arguments to conservative Christians, suggesting global warming is another culture war issue, like critical race theory or personal pronouns.…
 
Australia has become the latest country to sign onto a statement that defines anti-Semitism. You might think this is relatively uncontroversial – condemning the world’s longest hatred. But the definition of anti-Semitism has divided even the Jewish community.
 
Episode 87 - In 1980 one out of ten thousand children were diagnosed with autism. In 2020, the CDC reported that approximately 1 in 54 children in the U.S. is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Boys are four times more likely to be diagnosed with autism than girls. Dan and Ashley’s story of their baby boy, Grant, who got Autism at ag…
 
In a rare rebuke, the leaders of South East Asian nations have shunned the military junta in Myanmar, telling its prime minister he isn’t welcome at next week’s ASEAN summit. Since the junta seized power in February, the UN estimates the Burmese army has killed more than 1100 civilians.
 
Episode 86 - Harold Turk knew instinctively after his first chiropractic adjustment made him feel amazing that he wanted to pursue that profession and help others feel good too! After practicing chiropractic for many years one of his patients was telling him about this lady who practiced the ancient bodywork technique done by the Maori people from …
 
The COVID pandemic confined much of the world’s population to their homes and curbed all kinds of activity. But new Pew Research reveals that even before its onset, religiously motivated violence had been on the decline. Yet at the same time, government restrictions on religion were higher than ever.…
 
One of the starkest images from Afghanistan in the 1990s was the Taliban’s destruction of the ancient Buddha statues. Now there are fears that the war in Ethiopia could wreak similar destruction on the ancient holy city of Lalibela, a World Heritage listed site.
 
Episode 85 - Jim Gale grew up loving nature and after building a business and selling it he had time on his hands and was looking for something meaningful in his life. He realized that the amount of toxic chemical pollution was killing our soil and our planet and wanted to do something about it that would make a substantial difference. That's when …
 
The historic Catholic Plenary is asking how the church can regain public trust after the sexual abuse scandal, bring lost Catholics back to the pews, and give more authority to woman and lay people. Join host Andrew West, ABC Religion Unit specialist Noel Debien and three leading Catholic women to analyse the summit so far.…
 
Episode 84 - Dr. Bryan Ardis has been touring the country sharing with us how the “standard of care” (which is the guidelines that doctors and nurses are required to follow) at a local hospital recently killed his father in law and thousands upon thousands of working-class Americans. We are then joined by a surprise guest Dr. Ben Marble and both of…
 
For the first time in over 80 years, leaders of the Australian Catholic Church and, more importantly, representatives of the churchgoers will hold a major summit to chart the future of the Australian church. Former royal commissioner into child sexual abuse Robert Fitzgerald, says the church needs to seize this chance to confront the secrecy and po…
 
Deputy president of Fair Work Australia Lyndall Dean has said compulsory vaccinations for workers would create ""medical apartheid" in the nation. Ms Dean was dissenting from a majority judgement that upheld the right of a nursing home to sack a worker who refused vaccination. So, can mandatory vaccinations for workers be introduced in an ethical w…
 
Episode - 83 Dr. Jason Dean and I discuss how almost every one of us has parasites and that the western medical protocols including detection are poor at best. Both of us have had thousands of people do parasite detoxes and almost everyone who has done it has had parasites. These harmful organisms eat our food, drink our liquids then urinate and de…
 
The Taliban continues to impose a harsh religious agenda on Afghanistan, now refusing to allow teenage girls back to school, and urging women to stay in their homes. The militant group are now in charge of a sovereign state — but should the international community recognise the regime?
 
Episode 82 - Tiffany Gidley won the Mrs. Oregon Title in 2021 while raising three children, running her real estate business, and helping her husband to overcome a brain cancer diagnosis. I have personally known Tiffany for over 11 years and I always considered her a hard-working person with a great attitude. With so much on her plate having her hu…
 
Has "workism" and obsession with achievement replaced religion? In a new book, Justine Toh challenges the market-driven idea of meritocracy, saying it has created a culture of smugness for the successful and a politics of humiliation for those left behind.
 
For a decade, immigration and refugee policy has ignited German politics, but predictions of a new refugee surge out of Afghanistan have not moved voters. There has, however, been an unusual focus on the religious connections of the Christian Democrat candidate.
 
Pubs, theatres and sporting events may demand patrons have COVID vaccination certificates before entering — but should the same rule apply to churches and places of worship? The Anglican and Catholic archbishops say they cannot turn away people because they are unvaccinated. Constitutional law expert Dr Joel Harrison explains.…
 
Episode 81 - Todd Lamb’s love for his country led him into the military. After he was done with that chapter of his life he joined his wife at the police force where he ran a SWAT team for 20 years. Then his wife was in a bad car accident she ended up in pain, gaining weight, and on a bunch of medications. Todd was also taking medications for pain …
 
After the collapse of the World Trade Centre on 9/11, what fractures appeared across the Islamic world, especially between pro-western leaders and their people? How did the terrorist attack turbo-charge nationalism in Europe and the U.S., fuelling the idea of a "clash of civilisations"?
 
Episode 80 - Dr. Elizabeth Plourde is a scientist and a researcher that was bleeding vaginally and her doctor performed a hysterectomy. As soon as the operation was done her health declined quickly. She spent years researching and visiting multiple doctors all over the country trying to find a solution to her misery. After 11 years of never giving …
 
It was one minute till midnight when the last American plane left Afghanistan this week. The Taliban fired their guns in celebration. They now control the country. But what about the fate of Afghans who still need to leave?
 
Episode 79 - Charlie Robinson, host of the super-fast growing MacroAggressions Podcast stops by to share his health transformation with Chemical Free Body products (it's amazing!) and goes into great detail with me on some very important issues. Together we pull back the curtain on the corrupt media, mandates, and the “Not So Obvious” Establishment…
 
Rubber bullets on the streets of Melbourne, jail sentences for lockdown protesters in Sydney, and what about the NSW Police Commissioner telling officers they’re no longer accountable if they wrongly issue citizens with a fine? Renowned human rights lawyer Justine Nolan explains what happens when you give free rein to police during a pandemic.…
 
Where did today’s Taliban leaders and fighters learn their harsh brand of Islam? You may have heard about the madrassas, or religious schools, that have operated throughout Pakistan’s tribal areas for decades. But since 2001, this new generation of Taliban have also been nurtured by technology — and the simple desire for money.…
 
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